Engaging kids in STEAM through the experience of building a video game
Baltimore Museum of Industry
Video Game Wizards
1,000 sq. ft.
Ravenswood Studio and Silver Oaks Communications
Creative Strategy, Environmental Design, Graphic Design, and Implementation Oversight
School age children often wonder what it takes to make a video game. This exhibit tells them exactly what it takes, and helps them to make their own game.
To educators, Video Game Wizards is a STEAM project dream. The interactive exhibit demonstrates how science, technology, engineering, art, and math are used to make video games. The exhibit consists of six stations where students can meet actual game makers and learn about their various roles, all while making and customizing their own game using the skills demonstrated at the stations.
Luci Creative designed an interactive environment where students can imagine their talents, skills, and passions, possibly leading to a career in the interactive entertainment industry. At the end of their exhibit experience, students will have made their own video game and are able to play it and share it online with friends.